Homeowner spots robbery suspects while returning to her home
By Alana Cerrone
A Hopkinton homeowner was shocked when she pulled up to her house to find two men leaving with a pillowcase full of stolen goods.
Police responded to the home on Monday afternoon after the woman and her young relative arrived home and saw an unknown vehicle leaving her driveway and another suspect running from the house with a pillowcase full of jewelry and money.
She chased the suspect on foot, but he was eventually picked up by his accomplice.
The resident gave police a description of the vehicle and two suspects, who later caught up with the bandits.
31-year-old Kenneth McVay and 30-year-old Nicholas Pendleton, both of Attleboro, were arrested and charged with breaking and entering, larceny over $1500 and conspiracy to commit B&E.
McVay was also charged with weapons other than a firearm (switchblade) and Pendleton was charged with operating on a suspended license.
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